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Catherine Zeta Jones, Michael Douglas’ clicked selfies at India Gate and no one recognised them

Catherine Zeta Jones, Michael Douglas’ vacation captures the ‘exotic’ India with tigers, elephants and the Taj Mahal.

hollywood Updated: Dec 21, 2017 12:52 IST
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones are holidaying in India.
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones are holidaying in India.

Next time you meet an elephant on the road while going about your business, do as Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones did – make way to let him pass. The Hollywood couple is vacationing in India with family and getting the entire ‘exotic’ experience – elephants on the road, tigers having breakfast, the mandatory photo in front of the Taj Mahal and shopping in Delhi.

Catherine is making sure that she gets the complete “Indian experience”. Sharing a video of an elephant ambling on the road, she wrote, “Leaving our hotel this morning, we had to pull over to let the big guy pass!” A day before, Catherine and her actor husband got to see a tiger enjoying his breakfast, “Before breakfast this morning, we watched tigers eat theirs.#circleoflife#protectourplanet.”

The family also visited the Taj. “At the Taj Mahal with the three other ‘Wonders of the World’ in my life,” she captioned the mandatory photo with the Taj in the background. She also shared a video of herself walking hand-in-hand towards the Taj Mahal before looking back at their children with a smile. “The Taj Mahal, today in India. Breathtaking to view and experience. It’s just the ultimate love story,” she wrote.

At the Taj Mahal with the three other "Wonders of the World" in my life❤️

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The family started her India tour from Delhi. She also shared a photo from what appears to be Humayun’s Tomb. “New Delhi, India, today. When you dream of visiting a country all your life, and it lives up to everything you hoped it would be,” she wrote. There are also pictures of the family at India Gate, casually clicking pictures without fans demanding autographs or selfies.